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    • Trading card

    • A trading card (or collectible card) is a small card, usually made out of paperboard or thick paper, which usually contains an image of a certain person, place or thing (fictional or real) and a short description of the picture, along with other text (attacks, statistics, or trivia). There is a wide variation of differ ... Read »


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    • 1940s Bowman

    • Bowman Gum, formerly Gum Inc., had produced the 'Play Ball' sets from 1939 to 1941. No further sports trading card sets were produced until 1948 because resources such as paper as well as the factories were needed for the war effort. When Bowman resumed printing cards they did so with national sets in three sports ushe ... Read »


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    • 1940s Topps

    • The 1940s was both the beginning and end of an era for trading cards. There was virtually nothing produced in the great divide caused by World War II. Up to 1941 manufacturers like Gum Inc. (later Bowman) and Goudey, had raised the bar on the confection industry by leaving behind the tobacco age of marketing to adults ... Read »


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    • 1950s Bowman

    • In the 1950s, Bowman Gum Company produced baseball and football cards from 1950 to 1955, continuing their post-war production that resumed in 1948 (no football cards were produced in 1949). Bowman was the only major sports card manufacturer in 1950. The monopoly was short lived, as Topps Chewing Gum began producing car ... Read »


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    • 1950s Topps

    • Topps joined the sports cards market in the 1950s becoming a rival to Bowman. After competing with each other for five years Topps bought out Bowman in 1956. Competition still remained however, in the form of Parkhurst hockey cards. Topps produced cards of the United States-based National Hockey League teams while Park ... Read »


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    • 1957 Topps Planes Cards

    • Issued in 1957 by Topps, the Planes Cards are a type of non-sports card. They show World War II planes from all over the world. There are 242 cards in total in the set; the Blue-backs and the Red-backs. The Blue-back cards can be purchased for about $5 each while the Red-backs can be purchased for about $10 each. The P ... Read »


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    • 1960s Topps

    • Despite a brief attempt by Fleer to sign baseball players in 1963, Topps continued its reign as the only major baseball card manufacturer in the United States. On the other hand, Football had more than one professional league in operation, allowing for competing companies to co-exist by producing a major national set f ... Read »


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    • 1970s Topps

    • The 1970s saw Topps go largely uncontested in the sports card market. The decade featured full runs of baseball, football, basketball, and hockey. Aside from issues like Kellogg's cereal premiums which ran throughout the 70s there was not much in the way of major national card manufacturers to compete with. Topps maint ... Read »


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    • 1971 Topps

    • This is a list with brief descriptions of Topps sports card products for 1971. Since 1965, the Canadian candy company O-Pee-Chee produced virtually identical, but smaller, sets identical to the Topps issue of the same year. The Canadian printed cards were printed on grey cardstock and featured French and English t ... Read »


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    • 1972 Topps

    • This is a list with brief descriptions of Topps sports card products for 1972. The background or border for the photos is Topps only psychedelic production in a base set in baseball. The base set includes standard posed photos of players and managers, photos of players and managers in action during games, and leag ... Read »


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    • 1973 Topps

    • This is a list with brief descriptions of Topps sports card products for 1973. Since 1965, the Canadian candy company O-Pee-Chee produced virtually identical sets identical to the Topps issue of the same year. The Canadian printed cards were printed on grey cardstock and featured French and English text on the rev ... Read »


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    • 1974 Topps

    • This is a list with brief descriptions of Topps sports card products for 1974. Since 1965, the Canadian candy company O-Pee-Chee produced virtually identical, but smaller, sets identical to the Topps issue of the same year. The Canadian printed cards were printed on grey cardstock and featured French and English t ... Read »


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    • 1975 Topps

    • This is a list with brief descriptions of Topps sports card products for 1975. Topps issued two sets in 1975, the base set was the standard 2.5 by 3.5-inch (89 mm) size and the "Mini" issue which was of an identical design and content, but 20% smaller in size. Topps never released production numbers, but collec ... Read »


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    • 1976 Topps

    • This is a list with brief descriptions of Topps sports card products for 1976. In 1976, Topps produced a promotional business card for NBC featuring former baseball player and then Today Show host Joe Garagiola. The front of the card resembles the 1973 Topps baseball set with Garagiola being listed as a member of ... Read »


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    • 1977 Topps

    • This is a list with brief descriptions of Topps sports card products for 1977. In 1977 Topps produced a set featuring the New York Yankees for New York City area Burger King fast food restaurants. The cards were identical to the 1977 Topps regular issue cards and were distributed as part of a promotion at the comp ... Read »


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    • 1978 Topps

    • This is a list with brief descriptions of Topps sports card products for 1978. In 1977 Topps first produced a set featuring the New York Yankees for New York City area Burger King fast food restaurants. In 1978, the program was expanded with outlets in the home areas of the Detroit Tigers, Houston Astros, and Texa ... Read »


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    • 1979 Topps

    • This is a list with brief descriptions of Topps sports card products for 1979. In 1979, only two parallel sets were produced by Topps. Both were for the Burger King fast food chain, which had had Topps produce promotional sets for its outlets. The offering for 1979 was reduced from the four teams which had set the ... Read »


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    • 1980 Topps

    • This a list with brief descriptions of Topps trading card products for 1980. All sets listed are standard size (2½ × 3½ inches) unless noted. The 1980 Topps base set features 726 cards issued in wax packs, rack packs, and cello packs. Player cards have a facsimile autograph on the front. Subsets includ ... Read »


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    • 1981 Topps

    • This a list with brief descriptions of Topps trading card products for 1981. All sets listed are standard size (2.5 X 3.5 inches) unless noted. The 1981 Topps base set featured 726 cards issued in wax packs, cello packs, rack packs and vending boxes. Subsets include League Leaders, Record Breakers, Post Season, ... Read »


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    • 1982 Topps

    • This a list with brief descriptions of Topps trading card products for 1982. All sets listed are standard size (2½ × 3½ inches) unless noted. The 1982 Topps base set contained 792 cards, 66 more than the previous year. Topps would continue to produce 792 card sets until 1994 (with the exception of the ... Read »


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    • 1983 Topps

    • This a list with brief descriptions of Topps trading card products for 1983. All sets listed are standard size (2½ × 3½ inches) unless noted. The 1983 Topps set had 792 cards issued in wax, cello and rack packs. It was also issued as a complete factory set in the J.C. Penney catalog circular portrait i ... Read »


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    • 1984 Topps

    • This a list with brief descriptions of Topps trading card products for 1984. All sets listed are standard size (2½ × 3½ inches) unless noted. The 1984 Topps Base set totals 792 cards and was issued in wax and rack packs or as a complete set available in the J.C. Penney catalog. The cards featured a pla ... Read »


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    • 1985 Topps

    • This a list with brief descriptions of Topps trading card products for 1985. All sets listed are standard size (2½ × 3½ inches) unless noted. The 1985 Topps set totals 792 cards and was issued in wax, cello and rack packs or as a factory set. Subsets include Record Breakers, Father and Sons, All-Stars, ... Read »


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    • 1986 Topps

    • This a list with brief descriptions of Topps trading card products for 1986. All sets listed are standard size (2½ × 3½ inches) unless noted. The 1986 Topps set totals 792 cards and was issued in wax, cello and rack packs or factory sets. Subsets include Pete Rose Tribute, Record Breakers, Turn Back Th ... Read »


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    • 1987 Topps

    • This a list with brief descriptions of Topps trading card products for 1987. All sets listed are standard size (2½ × 3½ inches) unless noted. The 1987 Topps set totals 792 cards and was issued in wax, rack, and jumbo packs or factory sets. Subsets include Future Stars, Topps All-Star Rookies, Record Br ... Read »


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    • 1988 Topps

    • This a list with brief descriptions of Topps trading card products for 1988. All sets listed are standard size (2½ × 3½ inches) unless noted. The 1988 Topps set totals 792 cards and was issued in wax, rack (42 cards plus 1 All-Star Game Commemorative card), jumbo packs, vending boxes or factory sets. S ... Read »


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    • 1989 Topps

    • This a list with brief descriptions of Topps trading card products for 1989. All sets listed are standard size (2½ × 3½ inches) unless noted. The 1989 Topps set, called "Wave" by collectors, totals 792 cards and was issued in wax, rack, jumbo packs, vending boxes or factory sets. Subsets include Future ... Read »


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    • 1990 Topps

    • This a list with brief descriptions of Topps trading card products for 1990. All sets listed are standard size (2½ × 3½ inches) unless noted. The 1990 Topps set totals 792 cards and was issued in wax, rack, jumbo packs, vending boxes or factory sets. Subsets include Nolan Ryan Salute, Record Breakers, ... Read »


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    • 1991 Topps

    • This a list with brief descriptions of Topps trading card products for 1991. All cards listed are standard size (2½ × 3½ inches). Exceptions are noted. The 1991 Topps set totals 792 cards and was issued in wax, rack, jumbo packs, vending boxes or factory sets. Subsets include Future Stars, Record Break ... Read »


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    • 1992 Topps

    • This a list with brief descriptions of Topps trading card products for 1992. All cards listed are standard size (2½ × 3½ inches). Exceptions are noted. The 1992 Topps set totals 792 cards and was issued in wax, rack, and jumbo packs or factory sets. Subsets include Future Stars, Record Breakers, All-St ... Read »


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    • 1993 Topps

    • This a list with brief descriptions of Topps trading card products for 1993. All cards listed are standard size (2½ × 3½ inches). Exceptions are noted. The 1993 Topps set totals 825 cards and was issued in wax, rack, and jumbo packs or factory sets. Subsets include All-Stars, Checklists, and Manager c ... Read »


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    • 1994 Topps

    • This a list with brief descriptions of Topps trading card products for 1994. All cards listed are standard size (2½ × 3½ inches). Exceptions are noted. The 1994 Topps set totals 792 cards and was issued in mini, mini jumbo, wax, rack, jumbo, or jumbo rack packs, and hobby or Baker's Dozen factory sets ... Read »


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    • 1995 Topps

    • This is a list with brief descriptions of Topps trading card products for 1995. All cards listed are standard size (2½ × 3½ inches). Exceptions are noted. The 1995 Topps set totals 660 cards and was issued in foil or jumbo packs and retail or hobby factory sets. Subsets include All-Stars, Prospects, an ... Read »


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    • 1996 Topps

    • This is a list with brief descriptions of Topps trading card products for 1996. All cards listed are standard size (2½ × 3½ inches). Exceptions are noted. The 1996 Topps set totals 440 cards, series one and two (220 cards in each series) and was issued in 12–card foil packs with a SRP of $1.29. Th ... Read »


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    • Adrenalyn XL

    • Adrenalyn XL are a football trading card game produced by Panini (stickers). In 2010 they featured 22 of the 32 FIFA World Cup 2010 teams. The England players show only the player's heads and say England Superstar on them. There are 18 England Cards and they have 3 Champions Cards. There are 350 Cards. There are 250 Ba ... Read »


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    • Alien Armies

    • Doctor Who Alien Armies is a series of Doctor Who Trading Cards, released by Panini UK in October 2009. The set was designed to be a thorough re-design of the Battles in Time cards which, due to the price, failed to attract the wanted audience. Packs of cards cost 50p, with each pack containing six cards. Starter packs ... Read »


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    • The American Card Catalog

    • The American Card Catalog is a reference book for American trade cards produced before 1951, compiled by Jefferson Burdick. It has become the de facto method in identifying and organizing trade cards produced in the Americas pre-1951. The book catalogues sports and non-sports cards, but is best known for its categoriz ... Read »


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    • Baseball card

    • A baseball card is a type of trading card relating to baseball, usually printed on some type of paper stock or card stock. A card will usually feature one or more baseball players or other baseball-related sports figures. Cards are most often found in the U.S. but are also common in countries such as Canada, Cuba, and ... Read »


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    • Baseball Hobby News

    • Baseball Hobby News was a United States based news-oriented magazine about the field of baseball memorabilia collecting. Founded in 1979 by the husband-and-wife team of Frank and Vivian Barning, who served as editor and publisher, respectively, the magazine was published on a monthly basis until 1993. The first issue a ... Read »


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    • Baseball Talk

    • Baseball Talk was a set of 164 "talking" baseball cards that were released by Topps Baseball Card Company and the LJN Corporation during the spring of 1989. Each card featured a plastic disk affixed to the back of an oversized baseball card. When placed in the SportsTalk player the cards would play two to three minutes ... Read »


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    • Basketball card

    • Basketball cards will feature one or more players of the National Basketball Association, National Collegiate Athletic Association, Olympic basketball, Women's National Basketball Association, Women's Professional Basketball League, or some other basketball related theme. The first basketball cards were produced in 191 ... Read »


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    • Beckett Media

    • Beckett Media, LLC

      Beckett Media is a privately held company. Founded in 1984 by James Beckett as Beckett Publications, the company focuses on the collectible industries, especially in the area of sports collectibles. James Beckett, considered to be one of the world's leading authorities on sports memorabilia cards, was a statistics ... Read »


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    • James Beckett (statistician)

    • James Beckett (III) is an American statistician, author, editor, and publisher. His publications are well known in the hobby of sports card collecting. Beckett earned a Ph.D. degree in statistics at Southern Methodist University in 1975 and then joined the faculty of Bowling Green State University as an Associate Prof ... Read »


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    • Bench Warmer International

    • Bench Warmer International is a company that produces trading cards featuring female models. Bench Warmer International is a manufacturers and distributor of collectible trading cards in the U.S. Its motto is "Trading Cards Never Looked So Good". Models are generally featured in swimsuits, wearing baseball gloves or fo ... Read »


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    • Card sleeve

    • Plastic card sleeves are devices used to protect trading cards from damage, especially collectible card game cards from wear and tear and to store them. Thanks to the trading card industry, there developed a wide variety of protective devices, including the bulky "top-loader", a rigid plastic case with one open en ... Read »


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    • Carddass

    • Carddass (カードダス, Kādodasu?) is a name given to Bandai's card vending machines and, thus, a generic term given to the cards sold by these machines. The name comes from AMeDAS (Automated Meterological Data Acquisition System), a system in Japan used for gathering weather data. The aim behind t ... Read »


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    • Champions League Super Strikes

    • Champions League Super Strikes are football trading cards produced by Panini (stickers) for the football season 09/10. They are based upon the teams in the Champions League. Single packets of six cards retail for 50p in Britain, and a starter pack and tin are also available. In all there are 350 cards in the Super Stri ... Read »


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    • Champions League Super Strikes Update

    • Champions League Super Strikes Updates are football trading cards produced by Panini for the football season 09/10. They are based upon the teams in the Champions League. Single packets of six cards retail for 50p in Britain, and a starter pack is also available. In all there are 150 cards in this Super Strikes collect ... Read »


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    • Civil War News

    • Civil War News was a set of collectible trading cards issued in the early 1960s by Topps. The set featured the colorful artwork of Norman Saunders, as well as three other artists, and was characterized by vivid colors; graphic depictions of violence, death, and blood (number 21 "Painful Death" being a prime example) an ... Read »


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    • Data Carddass

    • Data Carddass (データカードダス, Dēta Kādodasu?) is a series of Japanese arcade machines created by Bandai, which largely focus around the use of collectible trading cards. It is an expansion of Bandai's Carddass collectible card series, which allows players to use special cards to ... Read »


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    • Desert Storm trading cards

    • Desert Storm trading cards are sets of trading cards that feature people and equipment involved in the Persian Gulf War. The cards were published in the United States by various companies and the size of sets varied greatly between companies (such as the nine-card set published by Crown Sports Cards, and the 250 card-s ... Read »


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    • Dinosaurs Attack!

    • Dinosaurs Attack! is a trading card series by Topps, released in 1988, and containing 55 cards and 11 sticker cards. The cards tell the story of dinosaurs transported through time into the present day through a freak accident and wreaking havoc on Earth. The series is notable for its graphic violence and gore, intended ... Read »


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    • Error card

    • In the trading card collecting hobby, an error card is a card that shows incorrect information or some other unintended flaw. It can contain a mistake, such as a misspelling or a photo of someone other than the athlete named on the card. Depending on whether the manufacturer noticed the problem while the cards were sti ... Read »


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    • Esso Power Players

    • Esso Power Players was a hockey trading card scheme dreamed up by Imperial Oil and the NHLPA (National Hockey League Player's Association) in the 1970-71 hockey season. Every time a customer purchased fuel at an Esso station (in Canada), they received a small packet of "Power Players Trader's Cards." These were then pa ... Read »


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    • Etopps

    • eTopps is a type of trading card originally launched by the Topps company in 2000. Each week a limited number of sports cards, called IPOs, are offered for sale exclusively through Etopps.com. This method of distribution contrasts with the traditional sale of sports cards through packs at retail stores. Collectors are ... Read »


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    • Fantom (software)

    • Fantom is a digital trading card software platform that extends the traditional trading card game on-line. The technology also supports digital trading cards swappable using near field communication protocols, and GSM-based interfaces such as the Bump application. ... Read »


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    • Football card

    • A football card is a type of collectible trading card typically printed on paper stock or card stock that features one or more American football or Canadian football players or other related sports figures. These cards are most often found in the United States and Canada where the sport is popular. Most football cards ... Read »


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    • Football card (North America)

    • A trading card (or collectible card) is a small card, usually made out of paperboard or thick paper, which usually contains an image of a certain person, place or thing (fictional or real) and a short description of the picture, along with other text (attacks, statistics, or trivia). There is a wide variation of differ ... Read »


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    • Futera

    • Futera is a trading card publisher founded in 1989. It is a privately owned company, its main markets being Asia, Europe, Australasia, US, with commercial and operational bases located in SE Asia, print and distribution facilities in UK/Europe and Asia-wide, and its headquarters in Dubai. Futera's Football/Soccer ... Read »


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    • Garbage Pail Kids

    • Garbage Pail Kids

      Garbage Pail Kids is a series of trading cards produced by the Topps Company, originally released in 1985 and designed to parody the Cabbage Patch Kids dolls, which were immensely popular at the time. Each sticker card features a Garbage Pail Kid character having some comical abnormality, deformity and/or suffering a ... Read »


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    • Gedolim pictures

    • Gedolim pictures are photos or sketches of (or attributed to) famous rabbis, known as gedolim admired by Jews. It is a cultural phenomenon found largely in the Orthodox and Haredi Jewish communities. Gedolim pictures are pictures of famous rabbis and other prominent Jews which are circulated amongst the Jewish communi ... Read »


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    • Geek a Week

    • Geek a Week is the name of an art project created by comic artist Len Peralta. Started in March 2010, Peralta's goal was to create illustrations and text for cards from a hypothetical collectible card game, creating one card each week. He sought to meet many geek icons across numerous disciplines, including computing, ... Read »


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    • Generals Order

    • Generals Order (GO), or 将军令, is a strategy trading card game developed by Strategy Entertainment Pte Ltd of Singapore and introduced in 2007. Generals Order is the first Chinese strategy trading card game developed by a Singapore company and despite its humble beginnings, has a player base in the hundred ... Read »


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    • The Great American Baseball Card Flipping, Trading and Bubble Gum Book

    • The Great American Baseball Card Flipping, Trading and Bubble Gum Book

      The Great American Baseball Card Flipping, Trading and Bubble Gum Book (Little Brown, 1973) is a book written by Brendan C. Boyd & Fred C. Harris about baseball cards, primarily ones issued during the 1950s and 1960s, and the players on the cards. Neither Brendan C. Boyd nor Fred C. Harris had published any books ... Read »


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    • Hockey card

    • A hockey card is a type of trading card typically printed on some sort of card stock, featuring one or more ice hockey players or other hockey-related editorial and are typically found in countries such as Canada, the United States, Finland and Sweden where hockey is a popular sport and there are professional leagues. ... Read »


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    • Hollywood Zombies

    • Hollywood Zombies are a Topps trading card series in 2007 which portrayed American celebrities at the time as zombies. The series was available only in select comic book specialty shops and video stores. A comic based on the series was due to come out from IDW Publishing. Among the many commercial artists and illustra ... Read »


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    • Insert card

    • An insert card is a card that is randomly inserted into packs of a sports card offering. These insert cards are not part of the regular numbering system of a set of sports cards and they tend to have a unique design. Another term for insert cards is chase cards. Insert cards either have their own numbering system (alth ... Read »


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    • Jersey cards

    • Jersey cards are baseball, football, basketball, hockey, and other sports collector cards that have a small piece of the featured player's (or players') jersey in the card. The average size of a jersey swatch is about 3/4 of an inch, but the size may differ by product. One of the types of jersey card is a jumbo swatch ... Read »


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    • List of O-Pee-Chee Sports Cards Sets

    • In 1965, the O-Pee-Chee produced a licensed version of the American Topps set of that year, but it only issued cards 1- 283, instead of the full 598 card Topps set. They continued to produce smaller versions of the Topps sets for the rest of the decade. The primary difference with the O-Pee-Chee sets is the 'Printed in ... Read »


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    • Mars Attacks

    • Mars Attacks is a science fiction themed trading card series released in 1962. The cards feature artwork by science-fiction artists Wallace Wood and Norman Saunders.The cards form a story arc, which tell of the invasion of Earth by cruel, hideous Martians, under the command of a corrupt Martian government who conceal t ... Read »


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    • Marvel Creators Collection Cards

    • Marvel Creators Collection Cards was a set of trading cards featuring Marvel comic book characters, released in 1998. The set consists of a 72 card base set + checklist. For chase cards, there are 12 "Editor's Choice" cards featuring popular characters. There are also 4 "Gold Cards" with gold foil backgrounds, and 24 ... Read »


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    • Marvel Flair Cards

    • In 1994 and 1995 Marvel, in partnership with Fleer, released the "Marvel Annual Flair" sets of collectible trading cards. These consisted primarily of art taken from comics, re-colored with computer coloring techniques, and printed on thick, glossy, . The base set consists of 149 cards + the checklist. There are 18 "P ... Read »


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    • Marvel Masterpieces

    • Marvel Masterpieces is the name of several subsequent sets of trading cards, printed during 1992-2008, depicting characters and events from Marvel Comics. Featuring large, vividly drawn card fronts and backs detailing trivia, each card showcased a different personality from Marvel's body of work. There was also a set ... Read »


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    • Marvel Universe Cards

    • Marvel Universe Cards were collectible trading cards based on the characters and events of the Marvel Universe. The first series was published by Impel in 1990. The cards featured categories such as Super Heroes, Super Villains, Rookies, Famous Battles and Team Pictures. Two years later, Impel negotiated with DC Comic ... Read »


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    • Marvel vs. DC Cards

    • Marvel Comics vs DC was a 1996 comic book limited series intercompany crossover. In addition to the comics and other promotional material, trading cards were also released to commemorate this event. The Marvel Vs. DC card set contained 100 normal cards (including checklist). The normal cards are divided into 4 basic t ... Read »


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    • Monsterwax

    • Monsterwax is a trading card company that specializes in Science Fiction and horror themes. It was established in 1992, making it the oldest American card company still in business exclusively producing non-sports sets. Many trading card companies like Topps are corporate subsidiaries that primarily produce sports rela ... Read »


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    • Non-Sport Update

    • Editor-in-Chief Alan Biegel Categories Entertainment Frequency Bi-Monthly Publisher Beckett Media Year founded 1991 Country United States Based in Dallas, TX Language English Website nonsportupdate.com
    • 'Non-Sport Update'

      Non-Sport Update (sometimes abbreviated as NSU) is a magazine founded by Roxanne Toser Non-Sport Enterprises, Inc. for collectors of non-sport and entertainment trading cards. Subjects that appear on these types of trading cards are television and movie properties, comic book characters, music icons, product parodies, ... Read »


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    • Non-sports trading card

    • Non-sport trading cards are a particular kind of collectible card designated as such because trading cards have historically prominently featured athletes from the world of sports as subjects. Non-sports cards are trading cards whose subjects can be virtually anything other than sports-themed. The earliest popularly c ... Read »


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    • Odd Rods

    • Odd Rods was a group of non-sports trading card/sticker series created by the Donruss company beginning in 1969. The original series, entitled Odd Rods, introduced the theme of the series in 44 stickers: Monsters in cars. Done by cartoonist/illustrator/writer B.K. Taylor in a style clearly influenced by the work of Ed ... Read »


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    • Panini Group

    • Panini S.p.A

      Panini is a company headquartered in Modena, Italy, named after the Panini brothers who founded it in 1961. The company produces books, comics, magazines, stickers, trading cards and other items through its collectables and publishing subsidiaries. Panini distributes its own products, and products of third party provid ... Read »


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    • Dick Perez

    • Dick Perez (born 1940) is an American artist known for his baseball paintings for the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum and the Philadelphia Phillies. He is also known for his paintings for various baseball card series. Perez's book "The Immortals: An Art Collection of Baseball's Best," (published 2010) offers ... Read »


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    • Press Pass, Inc.

    • Press Pass, Inc. is a trading card and licensed sports die-cast company that was founded in 1992. Press Pass was the first company to insert a game used jersey into basketball cards, and inserted a race-used tire into their NASCAR trading cards in 1996. ... Read »


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    • Pro Set trading cards

    • Pro Set was a Dallas-based company founded by Ludwell Denny in 1988. Denny had gained a card license that year after making and selling other NFL memorabilia in previous years. His licensing agreement with NFL Properties allowed Denny to gain access to its extensive photo library and become the first card maker officia ... Read »


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    • Refractor card

    • A Refractor Card is a trading card that has a reflective chrome plating or similar coating. These often come with a protective layer that, when removed, reduce the value of the piece. There are three types of refractor cards: Lite Refractor, Standard Refractor, and Atomic Refractor. An example of the refractor cards ... Read »


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    • Rookie card

    • A rookie card is a trading card that is the first to feature a specific athlete. Collectors value these first appearances more than subsequent card issues. Athletes are often commemorated on trading cards which are highly collected based on the popularity of the athlete. Prices for rookie cards fluctuate based on consu ... Read »


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    • Norman Saunders

    • Norman Blaine Saunders (January 1, 1907 – March 7, 1989) was a prolific commercial artist who produced paintings for pulp magazines, paperbacks, men's adventure magazines, comic books and trading cards. On occasion, he signed his work with his middle name, Blaine. Saunders was born in Minot, North Dakota, but ... Read »


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    • Scanlens

    • Scanlens is a brand of trading cards first produced in the 1930s and given away with packets of sweets and chewing gum. The first sports-themed cards series were produced in limited quantities in 1963 featuring 18 players from the Victorian Football League which have since become highly sought after, with some cards c ... Read »


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    • Sereal

    • SEREAL Ltd. is trading cards and stickers manufacturer based in Silakrogs, Latvia with headquarters located in Riga, Latvia. It is best known for being the official producer of trading cards and stickers for Kontinental Hockey League. The company under its subsidiary name SEREAL Basket is also the official trading car ... Read »


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    • Space Shots (trading cards)

    • Space Shots was a non-sports trading card series produced beginning in 1990 by Space Ventures Inc. of Houston, Texas. Three series of cards were produced from 1990 to 1992, while the last, fourth series (of the intended five) came in two different issues of special 3-D space cards in 1993. The card collection was ... Read »


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    • Star Company Basketball Cards

    • Star Company Basketball Cards were the only licensed NBA basketball cards being produced during the mid-1980s. Occupying a place vacated by sports card giant Topps, which ended its contractual relationship with the NBA and its Player's Association in 1982, Star began producing its colorful cards in mid-1983 with a 32 c ... Read »


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    • Star Wars trading card

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